Rides & Events

Off Road to the Thames!

Meet:The Olive Tree Pub Sutton Green Road, Sutton Green,GU4 7QD. Children 11-15 with adults welcome. A 19.8 miles off road ride at aleisurely 7-8mph. Off road tyres required.

Get out and explore the countryside with the brand new rural off-road routes from Sky Ride Local. Off-road Ride Well is mostly traffic free rural bike riding for the family and novice cyclist. There is barely a metre of tarmac in sight on these rides so come and enjoy the scrunch of gravel and the squelch of mud under your tyres with us!
Join us for a great off-road route of nearly 20 miles that starts from The Olive Tree in Sutton Green and takes us to the Thames at Weybridge. Riding on tow path and field tracks we will follow the River Wey Navigation from Triggs Lock to Thames Lock before stopping for a breather and refreshments. This is a sometimes-muddy and fun off-road cycle ride that is ideal for those who want to discover off-road routes that lead to the Thames and onwards to London.

Additional Information
Helmets must be worn by all under 18's regardless of ride level.The minimum age for these rides is 11, there must be no child trailers or child seats, the child capable of riding within the demands of the off-road specification.Please bring equipment with you to repair punctures.Ride Leaders are there to help but are not responsible for your bike.All rides leave at the time stated you must arrive early Ride Leaders will not wait.



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10:00am 3 November 2012
3:00pm 3 November 2012
Not repeating
Outside Greater London
Skill level
Further details

This event has been posted by an individual LCC member, and is not an official LCC event. Although we encourage LCC members to publicise their unofficial cycling events on the LCC website, the publication of such events does not constitute an endorsement of them by LCC. LCC takes no responsibility for this event, and whilst we hope those attending it enjoy doing so, attendance is at their own risk.

Posted by Teresa Griffith at 8:45pm 27 October 2012

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